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Fotis DraganidisTechnology DirectorMicrosoft Hellas

Twitter.com/draganidis

Economy Innovation

Global GDP is

$83 trillion

Global GDP is

Source: World CIA Factbook

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Traditional WorkerKnowledge Worker

What is the Target of Technology Innovations?

Pervasive IntegrationIn the future, any two IT systems, any two pieces of software, any two devices, any two services will automatically integrate and talk to each other

Pervasive IntegrationOr

Computing Intelligence

..existing everywhere

Pervasive Integration Examples (Personal)

Pervasive Integration Examples (Business)

What are the #10 Breakthroughs towards this Vision?

#1. Web Services, Cloud Computing

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#2. Standards

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#3. Internet Everywhere

#4: Your Identity Card Please (IPv6)

IPv4

Internet Scaling Problem

32-bit=4,4 billion addressesMost of them in USAWe need one for each device128-bit (6,7 * 1023 / 2!!!)

RoamingBetter SecurityEasier configuration

IP : Internet32-bit = 4,4 1 ! IPv6 (128-bit) 6,7 * 1023 / 2!!!Roaming configuration: IPv4Tunneling

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#5: Media and Devices dont matter. Consume SAAS from everywhere.

Web Services + + , MP3 players laptops! , :

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Breakthrough #6: Privacy

: : / .: e-mail, , , . , : , , ,

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#7: Internet of Things or a small PC everywhere (e.g. RFID/NFC, Sensors)

20Radio-Frequency Identifiers : barcodes : CPU 7,2cents (0,5cent SmartCode) RFID , , Coke vs Pepsi, , checkouts, , , ?Types of RFID tagsRFID tags can be either passive, semi-passive (also known as semi-active), or active.[edit]PassivePassive RFID tags have no internal power supply. The minute electrical current induced in the antenna by the incoming radio frequency signal provides just enough power for the CMOS integrated circuit (IC) in the tag to power up and transmit a response. Most passive tags signal by backscattering the carrier signal from the reader. This means that the aerial (antenna) has to be designed to both collect power from the incoming signal and also to transmit the outbound backscatter signal. The response of a passive RFID tag is not just an ID number (GUID); the tag chip can contain nonvolatile EEPROM for storing data. Lack of an onboard power supply means that the device can be quite small: commercially available products exist that can be embedded under the skin. As of 2006, the smallest such devices measured 0.15 mm 0.15 mm, and are thinner than a sheet of paper (7.5 micrometers).[5] The addition of the antenna creates a tag that varies from the size of postage stamp to the size of a post card. Passive tags have practical read distances ranging from about 2 mm (ISO 14443) up to a few meters (EPC and ISO 18000-6) depending on the chosen radio frequency and antenna design/size. Due to their simplicity in design they are also suitable for manufacture with a printing process for the antennas. Passive RFID tags do not require batteries, and can be much smaller and have an unlimited life span. Non-silicon tags made from polymer semiconductors are currently being developed by several companies globally. Simple laboratory printed polymer tags operating at 13.56 MHz were demonstrated in 2005 by both PolyIC (Germany) and Philips (The Netherlands). If successfully commercialized, polymer tags will be roll printable, like a magazine, and much less expensive than silicon-based tags.Because passive tags are cheaper to manufacture and have no battery, the majority of RFID tags in existence are of the passive variety. As of 2005, the lowest cost EPC Gen 2 tags available on the market are as low as 7.2 cents each in volumes of 10 million units or more. Current demand for RFID integrated circuit chips is expected to grow rapidly based on these prices.On May 1st 2006 Smartcode announced the $.05 tag. Although the nickel tag has been the holy grail that some industry members think will bring RFID to the masses, many in the RFID community feel that cost is not the only (or the most imposing) caveat to large-scale acceptance. Furthermore, this price is only for the inlay (chip and antenna only) and does not include the label (adhesive etc.) that makes the tag useful and this price is only good on orders of 100 million or more, which is an extremely large number even for major distributors.[edit]Semi-passiveSemi-passive RFID tags are very similar to passive tags except for the addition of a small battery. This battery allows the tag IC to be constantly powered, which removes the need for the aerial to be designed to collect power from the incoming signal. Aerials can therefore be optimized for the backscattering signal. Semi-passive RFID tags are faster in response and therefore stronger in reading ratio compared to passive tags.[edit]ActiveUnlike passive and semi-passive RFID tags, active RFID tags have their own internal power source which is used to power any ICs that generate the outgoing signal. Active RFID tags are typically beacon tags but are also available as response tags. Beacon tags are often called beacon or broadcast because they transmit their tag data and ID at a predetermined fixed interval. Whereas, response tags only respond when an active RFID reader requests the tags to transmit. Some active RFID tags also have advanced features such as temperature logging which have been used in concrete maturity monitoring or to monitor the temperature of perishable goods. Other uses for active RFID tags is in pick-to-light applications where active RFID tags with LEDs can be flashed to guide the user to a specific item. They may have longer range and larger memories than passive tags, as well as the ability to store additional information sent by the transceiver. To economize power consumption, many beacon tags operate at fixed intervals. At present, the smallest active tags are about the size of a coin. Many active tags have practical ranges of ten of meters, and a battery life of up to 5 years.[edit]The RFID systemAn RFID system may consist of several components: tags, tag readers, edge servers, middleware, and application software.

#8: How to Power-up everything?

Ultra Low-Power Chips

Wireless Power

0.25-1.0 Watt :Splashpower

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#9: NUIs

TouchGestureSpeech

Keyboard + Mouse

Augmented Reality

Virtual Reality

0.25-1.0 Watt :Splashpower

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Breakthrough #10: Pervasive IntegrationWith all the previous breakthroughs put together, we will solve the most important problem of IT:

Integration of Everything. Existing Everywhere.

Machine LearningInternet of ThingsBlockchainBots

New Tech Trends Business Opportunities

56k ModemDSL ModemISDN Modem

Internet of Things Business Opportunities1. Transform the Insurance Company Business Models

Internet of Things Business Opportunities2. Transform the Elevators Business

Internet of Things Business Opportunities3. Kids Tracking

Internet of Things Business Opportunities4. Energy Monitoring

Internet of Things Business Opportunities5. Temperature Monitoring

Machine Learning Business Opportunities1. Anti-fraud detection

Machine Learning Business Opportunities2. E-shops Recommendation Engine

Blockchain Business Opportunities1. Is this product really authentic?

Blockchain Business Opportunities2. Smart Contracts to Automate Digital Business

Blockchain Business Opportunities2. Smart Contracts to Automate Digital Business

Bots Business Opportunities1. Bankbots (E.g. Facebook bots connecting you to the Bank)

Bots Business Opportunities1. Bankbots (E.g. Facebook bots connecting you to the Bank)

Bots Business Opportunities1. Image Bots + X (X=drones? E-shops?)

Bots Business Opportunities1. Image Bots + X (X=drones? E-shops?)

Bots Business Opportunities1. Image Bots + X (X=drones? E-shops?)

Bots Business Opportunities1. Image Bots + X (X=drones? E-shops?)

Bots Business Opportunities3. Taking Orders (e.g. for Pizza, Hotels etc)

Bots Business Opportunities3. Taking Orders (ordering flowers)

What About Microsoft?Machine LearningInternet of ThingsBlockchainBots

Azure IoT HubAzure MLAzure Blockchain as a ServiceMicrosoft Bot Framework

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